Scotland International Football 1926-1950

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Scottish National Team Results 1926-1950

Scottish intentional football results including venue, score and goalscorers.

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scotland Goalscorers
27/02/1926 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 4–0 BHC Hughie Gallacher (3), Andrew Cunningham
17/04/1926 Old Trafford, Manchester (A)

England Football

England 1–0 BHC Alex Jackson
30/10/1926 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–0 BHC Alex Jackson (2), Hughie Gallacher
26/02/1927 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 2–0 BHC Alan Morton (2)
02/04/1927 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–2 BHC Alan Morton
29/10/1927 The Racecourse, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–2 BHC Hughie Gallacher, John Hutton
25/02/1928 Firhill Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 0–1 BHC
31/03/1928 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 5–1 BHC Alex Jackson (3), Alexander James (2)
27/10/1928 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 4–2 BHC Hughie Gallacher (3), James Dunn
23/02/1929 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 7–3 BHC Hughie Gallacher (4), Alex Jackson (2), Alexander James
13/04/1929 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–0 BHC Alec Cheyne
26/05/1929 Brann Stadion, Bergen (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway 7–3 Friendly Alec Cheyne (3), James Nisbet (2), Thomas Craig, Robert Rankin
01/06/1929 Grunewaldstadion, Berlin (A)

Germany Football

Germany 1–1 Friendly William Imrie
04/06/1929 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 2–0 Friendly James Fleming, Robert Rankin (pen.)
26/10/1929 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 4–2 BHC Hughie Gallacher (2), Alexander James, James Gibson
22/02/1930 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 3–1 BHC Hughie Gallacher (2), George Stevenson
05/04/1930 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–5 BHC James Fleming (2)
18/05/1930 Stade Olympique, Paris (A)

France Football

France 2–0 F Hughie Gallacher (2)
25/10/1930 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC Barney Battles
21/02/1931 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 0–0 BHC
28/03/1931 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–0 BHC George Stevenson, Jimmy McGrory
16/05/1931 Hohe Warte Stadium, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 0–5 Friendly
20/05/1931 Stadio Nazionale PNF, Rome (A)

Italy Football

Italy 0–3 Friendly
24/05/1931 Stades de Charmilles, Geneva (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 3–2 Friendly James Easson, William Boyd, Andrew Love
19/09/1931 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 3–1 BHC George Stevenson, Jimmy McGrory, Bob McPhail
31/10/1931 The Racecourse, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 3–2 BHC George Stevenson (pen.), Robert Thomson, Jimmy McGrory (pen.)
09/04/1932 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 0–3 BHC
08/05/1932 Stade Olympique, Paris (A)

France Football

France 3–1 Friendly Neil Dewar (3)
12/09/1932 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 4–0 BHC Bob McPhail (2), Jimmy McGrory, James King
26/10/1932 Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–5 BHC Neil Dewar, Dally Duncan
01/04/1933 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–1 BHC Jimmy McGrory (2)
16/09/1933 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 1–2 BHC Bob McPhail
04/10/1933 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–3 BHC Willie MacFadyen, Dally Duncan
29/11/1933 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 2–2 Friendly David Meiklejohn, Willie MacFadyen
14/04/1934 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 0–3 BHC
20/10/1934 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 1–2 BHC Patrick Gallacher
21/11/1934 Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–2 BHC Charles Napier (2), Dally Duncan
06/04/1935 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–0 BHC Dally Duncan (2)
05/10/1935 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC Dally Duncan
13/11/1935 Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 2–1 BHC Tommy Walker, Dally Duncan
04/04/1936 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–1 BHC Tommy Walker (pen.)
14/10/1936 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Germany Football

Germany 2–0 Friendly Jimmy Delaney (2)
31/10/1936 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 3–1 BHC Charles Napier, Alexander Munro, David McCulloch
02/12/1936 Dens Park, Dundee (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–2 BHC Tommy Walker
17/04/1937 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 3–1 BHC Bob McPhail (2), Francis O'Donnell
09/05/1937 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 1–1 Friendly Francis O'Donnell
22/05/1937 Stadion Sparta-Letna, Prague (A)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 3–1 Friendly James Simpson, Bob McPhail, Torrance Gillick
30/10/1937 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 1–2 BHC Alex Massie
10/11/1937 Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 1–1 BHC James Smith
08/12/1937 Ibrox Park, Glasgow (H)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 5–0 Friendly David McCulloch (2), Peter Buchanan, Andy Black, David Kinnear
09/04/1938 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–0 BHC Tommy Walker
21/05/1938 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 3–1 Friendly Andy Black, Francis Murphy, Tommy Walker
08/10/1938 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 2–0 BHC Jimmy Delaney, Tommy Walker
09/11/1938 Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–2 BHC Tommy Walker(2), Jimmy Delaney,
07/12/1938 Ibrox, Glasgow (H)

Hungary Football

Hungary 3–1 Friendly Tommy Walker (pen.), Andy Black, Torrance Gillick
15/04/1939 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–2 BHC James Dougall
23/01/1946 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium 2–2 Friendly Jimmy Delaney (2)
15/05/1946 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 3–1 Friendly Billy Liddell (2), Jimmy Delaney
19/10/1946 The Racecourse, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 1–3 BHC Willie Waddell
27/11/1946 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 0–0 BHC
12/04/1947 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–1 BHC Andrew McLaren
18/05/1947 Stade Heysel, Brussels (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 1–2 Friendly Billy Steel
24/05/1947 Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City (A)

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg 6–0 Friendly Billy Steel (2), Andrew McLaren (2), Robert Flavell (2)
04/10/1947 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 0–2 BHC
12/11/1947 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–2 BHC Andrew McLaren
10/04/1948 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–2 BHC
28/04/1948 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium 2–0 Friendly Bobby Combe, David Duncan
17/05/1948 Wankdorf Stadion, Berne (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 1–2 Friendly Leslie Johnston
23/05/1948 Stade Olympique, Paris (A)

France Football

France 0–3 Friendly
23/10/1948 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 3–1 BHC Willie Waddell (2), Hugh Howie
17/11/1948 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Ireland 3–2 BHC Billy Houliston (2), Jimmy Mason
09/04/1949 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 3–1 BHC Jimmy Mason, Billy Steel, Lawrie Reilly
27/04/1949 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

France Football

France 2–0 Friendly Billy Steel (2)
01/10/1949 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Ireland Football

Ireland 8–2 BHC Henry Morris (3), Willie Waddell (2), Billy Steel, Jimmy Mason, Lawrie Reilly
09/11/1949 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 BHC John McPhail, Alec Linwood
15/04/1950 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
26/04/1950 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 3–1 Friendly Willie Bauld, Robert Campbell, Allan Brown
21/05/1950 Estádio Nacional, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal 2–2 Friendly Willie Bauld, Allan Brown
27/05/1950 Stade Olympique, Paris (A)

France Football

France 1–0 Friendly Allan Brown
21/10/1950 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 3–1 BHC Lawrie Reilly (2), Billy Liddell
01/11/1950 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 6–1 BHC Billy Steel (4), John McPhail (2)
13/12/1950 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 0–1 Friendly

 

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